This chart has four categories. The first column has a list of regular verbs, stem change verbs, car, gar, zar verbs and reflexive verbs. The second column is space to write in the definitions of the verbs. The third column is for creating the affirmative tu command (do it!). The fourth column is for creating the negative tu command (don't do it!). The second page has the same four columns, however the second page covers the irregular tu command verbs: hacer, tener, poner, decir, salir, venir, ser, ir. The chart is short on the second page so I added some practice commands using both affirmative and negative verbs from the chart. Great for practice and reference after teaching informal commands. As a follow up activity I have the students write their commands on index cards. We then do a Kagan Activity called Inside/Outside circle and they give each other commands in Spanish. After practicing the commands on index cards, I collect the cards and call out random students. I give them the command in Spanish and they have to tell me what they are supposed to do.